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Indesit D61D tripping RCD

My Indesit D61D keeps tripping the house RCD on switch on. The programme is selected and it appears to start but as the controller advances 1 notch it blows the power. I have temporarily disconnected the element and it no longer blows but it wont fill. The main fill solenoid buzzes and thats it. Any suggestions

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The heater is faulty(shorted) and check that the hot water is getting to the appliance as the buzzing is the soliniod being powered but the water is not passing through

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